Monday, October 13, 2008

A Hunter's Moon


Tomorrow is a full moon, but it's been pretty glorious for the last couple of nights. It was rising behind the house, and the big trees in front, about 7:30 this evening.

5 comments:

  1. Lovely shot! The moon has been particularly beautiful this month.

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  2. Great photo Lisa. Full moon over this side of the pond too! what do you make of this biodynamics planting theory?
    Rob

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  3. Thanks for the nice comments -- the moon was spectacular last night. And rising above the oaks while there was still a bit of daylight was wonderful.

    The camera really didn't capture what I saw.

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  4. Hi, Rob-
    As a scientist by training, it's hard to embrace the moon cycle parts of the biodynamic theory, but the organic, balanced, building the soil part certainly makes sense.

    I haven't looked into it that much, however!

    Whatever we can do to reconnect as gardeners to ecological cycles and natural principles is a good thing, in my opinion.

    Cheers,
    Lisa

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  5. The moon was so big I was afraid to look at it for too long on fear of getting a "lunar burn" and/or damaging my retinas.

    And your right, the camera never seems to capture the full lunar scene.

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